I'd like to encrypt e-mail messages so that multiple physically separated keys are needed to decrypt them. For example, I'd like to have three private keys stored on different media, as in: key A ...
I was wondering how the concept of Shared folders work with Lastpass. As I understand from their site, Lastpass has a Master password, which acts as the encryption key (say MK) for all data stored in ...
I am trying to find information on how to encrypt something in such a way that there are n keys, and k of them are needed for decryption. However, I have been searching Google for half an hour but ...
I'm wondering if it would be a problem to split up a 256 bit AES-Key into two 16-Byte blocks and distribute it, to implement some kind of a four-eyes-principle (you need two persons to decrypt a ...
I'm probably just thick and sufficiently new to security related issues in software development, but since I can't find information and I've been stuck on Googling this for a while. Recently I came ...
In many cases, there is a single master key that is installed in a HSM or similar device, but which should be backed up. The recommended method for this backup in many cases is to encrypt the master ...